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Everyday Americans visit their dentist office and the usual counsel from the dental hygienist or from the dentists themselves is to keep up with one’s daily brushing and flossing.

Everyday Americans visit their dentist office and the usual counsel from the dental hygienist or from the dentists themselves is to keep up with one’s daily brushing and flossing.

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    • Benefits of Using Mouth Wash Everyday Americans visit their dentist office and the usual counsel from the dental hygienist or from the dentists themselves is to keep up with one’s daily brushing and flossing. For some, this counsel comes as a stinging reminder of their lackadaisical approach to their dental health while for others it comes as a refreshing reminder of what they already do. But for both parties, the reality of their dental hygiene situation is that it could improve with the added routine of using mouthwash after or before brushing and flossing (as there are mouthwashes designed for either before or after brushing use). Those who see their dentist in Lincoln, NE, will be reminded of this as their dentist in Lincoln, NE, is a proponent of using mouthwash due to the overall health effects that mouthwashes bring to a person’s oral health. Benefits and Differences There are multiple types of oral mouthwashes that can be purchased for personal use, and almost all have their specific, or at least claimed, advantages. But no matter what the label on the mouthwash claims to do for a person, there are three main benefits that all certified mouthwashes will bring to those who use them regularly. But before those benefits are listed, there is one additional benefit that some mouthwashes offer that others do not. That benefit is increased cavity protection from those mouthwashes that are infused with fluoride, as fluoride will help to harden the enamel of the tooth and thereby ward off excessive tooth decay and cavity formation. Because the added ingredient of fluoride can help to boost the cavity protectiveness of teeth, those mouthwashes that include fluoride are recommended over those mouthwashes that do not include fluoride. Still, as was stated before, seemingly no matter what the differences to the formula of the mouthwash, there will be at least three common benefits to oral health from all mouthwashes. The first universal benefit of mouthwash is that it will help to rinse out larger particles of stuck food from the mouth that could otherwise fester and promote gum or tooth decay. While this general benefit of mouthwashes could likewise be accomplished by simply swishing water around the mouth, the other two benefits of mouthwashes make using mouthwash the clear choice over swishing water.
    • Certified Killer The second, and perhaps most valuable benefit of mouthwash, is that nearly all certified mouthwashes have the ability to kill bacteria producing germs as well remove the acid deposits that those bacterium are producing. While brushing and flossing will go a long way in removing bacteria from the surface of teeth, rinsing with a mouthwash will enable the entire mouth to be cleansed from cavity causing germs and bacteria. In a similar benefit, the third value of using a mouthwash on a regular basis is that the ai d of the mouthwash boosts the effectiveness of the standard brushing a flossing. This is because brushing and flossing may break up plaque buildup and clean away harmful bacteria from its location on the tooth, but these same germs can replant themselves on different locations within the mouth and on different teeth if not killed and rinse by mouthwash. Photo Credit: http://upload.wikimedia.org/, http://farm1.staticflickr.com/